TwentyFour questions research which claims UK bond liquidity is improving

London-based TwentyFour Asset Management has slammed a paper released by the FCA, which looks into liquidity in the UK corporate bond market by analysing a sample portfolio largely filled with financials

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Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 3 years ago [2016-03-22 23:09:20]

TwentyFour is likely correct in its argument, but I couldn't get past ITS screens to read the blog post! Beyond that difficulty, if they find that nobody supports the screen prices, send THAT information to our FCA friends and let them explain how liquid the market is.